New York bus tours on a double decker bus are the most exciting way to see New York City! NYC bus tours enable you to see New York from an entirely different perspective when you are riding upstairs on an open double decker bus with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face. There are numerous double decker tours that are offered, the most popular is the Downtown Tour. Starting in the heart of Times Square, these double decker buses take you effortlessly around the city as you hop on and hop off at any of the fifteen stops that it makes around town. Hop off at Macy’s to do some shopping, visit the Observatory of the Empire State Building, dine on some delicious Chinese cuisine in Chinatown and then hop off at City Hall to tour the 9/11 Memorial. The Downtown loop takes you to all the must see sights in Midtown and Downtown. The Uptown tour starts at the Port Authority on 8th Avenue between 42nd and 43rd streets. This tour takes you from Midtown up the West Side, all around Central Park, to Harlem and then down the East Side on Fifth Avenue. On our Uptown double decker bus tour, NYC museums are easily accessible, most of New York’s great museums are along this route including: The American Museum of Natural History, The Museum of the City of New York, The Guggenheim, The Frick and the world renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art. When the bus is in Harlem you can hop off for some soul food and then hop back on another double decker bus later. Once a day there is a tour of the Bronx and then later in the afternoon a tour of Brooklyn. The Bronx and Brooklyn tours are not hop on hop off. New York is incredible to see at night when the city is magnificently lit up. Our double decker Night Tour takes you from Times Square down 5th Avenue past the Empire State Building illuminated by a system that is capable of displaying 16 million colors, which can change instantaneously!! The bus continues down through Greenwich Village to Chinatown and Little Italy. Next stop--Brooklyn! From Brooklyn you can see some of the very best views of New York’s incredible skyline. As you cross back over the Manhattan Bridge, the Brooklyn Bridge looks like a gorgeous diamond necklace. Back in Manhattan, you go through the Lower East Side, the East Village and Gramercy Park before getting back to Midtown. After passing the United Nations one of the most beautifully illuminated buildings comes into view--the Chrysler Building and as you head west on 42nd Street pass Grand Central Terminal saved in the 1970’s by Jackie O.! Soon you’re back in Times Square an absolute sight to behold at night--one you won’t soon forget! Check out a hop on hop off bus. New York City will be revealed to you in the most entertaining of ways.